Fidelity

In a relationship, we often think of the person who leaves or wants to leave as the unfaithful one. The one who has the affair, the one who rails and sows nothing but discontent. But what about the husband who refuses to lead, who brings things into his home that destroy the intimacy and the purity of the relationship with his bride, who damages his and his wife’s soul with what he lets his eyes gaze upon. What about the wife who refuses to follow her husband’s leading, who seeks her emotional fulfillment in movies and novels and online relationships, who continually chooses to believe that romance is love and duty is tedious?

Is this not just as unfaithful? Is it not just as fatal, but in tiny, tiny increments?

8 thoughts on “Fidelity”

  1. Randall,
    Great article. Thanks for the link. A first husband as training wheels, huh? Maybe the whole “women as sexual objects” thing is coming back around to bite us in the rear…

    I’ll have to think about that for a while.

    Have a great weekend!

  2. Randall,
    Great article. Thanks for the link. A first husband as training wheels, huh? Maybe the whole “women as sexual objects” thing is coming back around to bite us in the rear…

    I’ll have to think about that for a while.

    Have a great weekend!

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